How long depends on lots of things, but 2 years is average. Althought if a gap is the only thing that needs "fixed", it will probably be much shorter. You could also possibly have the gap fixed with tooth colored filling at a regular dentist. You should have a consult with both an orthodontist and a regular dentist to find out cost and their opinions before you make your decision.
Yes, thankfully there is an alternative. Teeth Gap "www.teethgap.com" sells a product called Teeth Effect bands for $16.95. This is a great solution to a common problem. Worked for me.
You can't really fix this kind of problem because whats usually causing the gap is frenem on your gums. So to get rid of your gap entirely you need to get a quick surgery on getting that web clipped off. And then getting braces or somthing like that to do the rest.
You can be any age as long as you have all your adult teeth, or if your dentist feels it is appropriate to put braces on your teeth.
As long as you brush your teeth while you have your braces, there will be no marks. I had no marks on my teeth when my braces were removed. Another student in my school, however, never brushed her teeth and when her braces were removed she actually had brown bands on her teeth. ~ T
as long as you don't eat anything hard, then yes! watch that you don't eat anything which could stain your teeth too
You can get them on any time after you get teeth pulled, many people get teeth pulled while they already have braces.
You Can Be Any Age And Get Braces As Long As You Have All Adult Teeth.
Why would you want braces?
depends on your teeth
No, but the teeth will start to overlap.
Until you have all your adult teeth
She had braces for a long time ...
It depends, really, on how crooked your teeth are. My braces, for example, will be on for about 4 years because my teeth are so crooked. Your braces could be on for a few months, or a few years.
It depends on the teeth. If it is very crooked then it would be long.